i am class 12 neet aspirant i want to know how to prepare for bothpu and neet i will Go to clg and i have hardly 8 hours to study how should i divide time for both pu and neet and i am also week at Physics i can solve prev years questions but when my clg provide neet weekend test i getlow marksinphy
First of all calm down as it's not like you need to prepare for both your board examination and need separately, the only difference between board examination preparation and NEET preparation is that :-
Board mainly focus on theory part and concepts and it is subjective while neet focus on your ability to apply those concepts and theory learned to solve numericals and mcqs.
To manage both,
You should follow time table , after finishing each chapter you should go through questions and numericals, go through previous year question papers of your board examination and neet examination and once you are done with preparation go through mock test papers . Before touching any other book for mcqs if you have very less time, just first go through previous 30 year chapterwise book of Neet - AIPMT by Arihant, it can be a game changer for you.
Now, you are saying that you don't get time but trust me one always has time for what he/she actually wants to do, you know better than any 3rd person how to get extra time in your routine. For example, if you go to college at 9 . Wake up at 5 , by 5:30 get fresh and then you can studying at least till 8 and then go college at 9.
I remember during the preparation of my 12th board examination my physics teacher had said get 25 hours out of 24 hours in a day and I was literally baffled that how can one get 25 hours but later on I realised that he just meant that utilise whatever you the time you have in the best possible way, because after exam you will have have lots of time but nothing could be done other than regret.
Coming to how you should be prepare physics,
then it's all about concepts, first get your concept cleared ,don't hesitate for asking your doubts from your teacher and very important is go through examples and learn the way how to proceed to solve a numerical, how you can actually apply the concepts that you have learn in the chapter to solve the numerical on the question, after going through examples, solve unsolved questions on your own and go through previous year question chapterwise, NOTHING WILL CHANGE OVER NIGHT, but very soon you will be good at physics if you follow these :).
You can prepare well using our neet program for which link is provided below